An Independent Family-Owned Newspaper
Follow us on:
Subscribe to our RSS News Feed
Got a story? Call our newsdesk on: 0208 835 9719
On Sunday more than 35,000 people made it across the finish line of the London Marathon at The Mall in central London.
See the South London Press today and on Tuesday April 22, for our coverage.
... read on
read on...CONCERNS over plans to build a multi-sports centre on “prized and treasured” parkland have been raised by Blackheath residents.
A LIFELONG Charlton fan whose daughter died from a rare form of cancer is hoping a gala evening at the football club’s ground will help her reach a £100,000 fundraising target. read on...
CIVIC groups in South London fed up with high-rise towers getting planning permission have taken their complaints to the Prime Minister. read on...
SEE Friday's South London Press for our three-page round-up of South Londoners taking part in the London Marathon. read on...
West Ham 0 Palace 1
PALACE produced the famous five as Mile Jedinak's second-half penalty claimed maximum points for the bang in-form South Londoners.
This was a fifth top-flight win in a row - the last time that the Eagles achieved that was December 1992.
No wonder the away fans chanted Tony Pulis' name in the second half. The transformation has been from widely-doomed and written off as drop certainties to now seriously eyeing a top-10 finish.
Australian international Jedinak claimed his first goal of the season from the spot after Pablo Armero nicked Cameron Jerome just inside the box. The skipper thumped in.
Palace had a spell where they pummelled a West Ham side in disarray. Yannick Bolasie - excellent on the afternoon - produced a wild skewed finish from Cameron Jerome's cross. It could not blot the winger's copybook when he played so well.
West Ham simply could find no way through a typically resilient Eagles backl... read on
PALACE produced the famous five as Mile Jedinak's second-half penalty claimed maximum points for the bang in-form South... read on
CHARLTON head coach Jose Riga felt that his side were denied a clear penalty in their 0-0 draw with Bolton on Good Friday.
Simon Church a... read on
MILLWALL'S outstanding two players of the last month are doubtful for the trip to Middlesbrough on Saturday because of back issues.
Alan Dun... read on
BERKHAMSTED forward Connor Calcutt will get the chance to impress Millwall boss Ian Holloway when he plays in a development squad game for the Lions a... read on
Advertise with us
Do you give/receive Easter eggs?